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How to lace a bike rim

First, you need to know
1) the type and size of hub, and
2) size and type of rim. Then you need to know
3) the type of spoke lacing pattern that you want to use in your wheel.

From this information you can determine what type and length of spokes are needed for your project. Most bike shops have access to books and software that can determine your spoke lengths.

Next is how to lace.. will add that later

Oct 13, 2014 | Cycling

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Irretating sound from the fan when the car is on motion especially when changing gears either up or down and the car shows engine cherk sign it sounds as if the fan is touching though its not

There should be a viscous fan hub on this car and the noise is an indication that the bearing is failing. Take hold of a fan blade and see if you can move it back towards the engine and forward away from the engine . any movement in the hub is bad. . Check the water pump bearing at the same time in the same way.. Re[lace if there is movement.

Nov 20, 2013 | Isuzu Trooper Cars & Trucks

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Rapid lace system problems.. uneven lace

Hi All,

I had an uneven problem with the DC Siloh '09s. Not sure if it will cover all makes and models but I will explain how I fixed it.

Key for the instructions:
Numbering the laces from top to bottom 1-8, outer side of the boot = little toe, innerside = big toe, and on the two laces that lock on either side of the boot (4 in total) toe and heel lace.

1. In order to make the laces even again you need to unlock the heelside lace on the outerside of your boot, this lace controls lace 3.
2. Pull lace 3 using creating slack now that it is unlocked
3. Pull the slack through lace 4 and then 5.
4. Once you have slack in lace 5 unlock the toe side lace on the inner side of your boot.
5. Holding that same lace pull the slack through the locking mechanism until you are happy with the balance.

For moving slackness from the inner to the outerside the opposite approach applies.

If it is not clear, reply and I'll try and take a photo or post a video or something.



Aug 12, 2012 | DC Shoes DC Methvin Snowboard Boot Men

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My rim of bicyle is bent

Google this "fix bent bicycle rim" for many answers and videos.

The actual 'fix' will depend a lot on how it got bent. Many bicycle shops can lace a new rim onto your existing hub and spokes but you may find it cheaper to buy a new wheel.

Mar 25, 2011 | Cycling

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I need to know what size spokes to get

Really, take it to a bike sop and let them look at it. Hub and rim brand and style plus lacing pattern determine the size.

Mar 17, 2011 | GMC Denali 700c Men's Road Bicycle

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I don't know the spoke lengths for the primo mix cassette hub or the primo n4 front hub, does anybody know them?

To calculate spoke length you need several data points.

1) hub dimensions (flange, center to flange, axle length)
2) number of spokes
3) rim dimensions
4) cross/ lacing pattern of spokes.

For a good web resource to find spoke length and help with building the wheel try this.

You can also take into your local bike shop and they should be able to calculate for you as long as you have the information for the 4 factors above.

Nov 26, 2010 | Cycling

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I have a broken rim and need a new tire

Take it to your Local Bicycle Shop. A new wheel is probably cheaper than lacing a new rim onto your hub.

Apr 08, 2010 | Cycling

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Motorcycle wheel rebuilding

If you can't find anyone in Australia try contacting Woody's Wheel Works, perhaps they know of someone in your part of the world or can do the job.

May 02, 2009 | Triumph Bonneville Motorcycles

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